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January 2004 - December 2004
May 08, 2004
Sharon Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 20 January 2004
||I would like
to have someone research the newspapers in Silver City for a trial
in the town--probably New Mexico vs. Bill (or William)
CARROLL. The trial took place on June 4, 1880, and
CARROLL was charged in the stabbing death of Robert
FAMBRO (or FAMBROUGHT) in Shakespeare on May 28,
I would like to receive a copy of the actual
newspaper items with the masthead and dates of the stories attached,
Please contact me at the above e-mail address
and let me know if fees for research and copying are payable in
advance, or will you bill?
Thanks so much, in advance, for any help you
P.O. Box 684
City, TN 38281
Date: 25 January 2004
I am looking for a James ONEAL who died in the Silver City
area about 1894. He is buried in the Redrock Cemetery along with
some of the HARPERs. Any history of the land or the death
would be appreciated.
The family says that James was very wealthy and
that he was supposed to be a math genius, and that he would travel
with the circus to perform math puzzles, etc. Is there any history
in the area on this ancestor?
My great grandmother was born in 1893, and
after her father's death, her mother, Louella HARPER,
remarried a fellow named CARNAHAN.
I am anxious to hear of any information you
Date: 21 February 2004
any information on a Thelma STRANGE, born in 1888 in Grant
County, died in 1899 in Lordsburg, and buried in the Shakespeare
Cemetery at Lordsburg. The Courthouse in Lordsburg does not have any
records on this time period, prior to Hidalgo County being formed. I
am trying to determine who her parents were.
Any information would be a great help.
Judith Tickel Need|
18 April 2004
searching for even the smallest scrap of information concerning John
F. LACY/LACEY, born Morgan County, Kentucky about 1833. He is
listed in the 1880 federal census as living in Silver City, NM.|
8 May 2004
||I am looking
for any information you might have about my grandfather:
Adolfo SEPULVEDA, born 1898; died 1940
Rosa SIERRA, his wife, married about 1919
Sons: Eusebio, Ramon, Enrique, Adolfo, Jr.
Daughters: Teodora, Cecilia, Victorianna
All were born in Silver City, and all married
in St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.
I am looking for his brothers' and sisters'
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